Calgary homeowners likely know that winter temperatures dip well below zero. Do you want to learn ways to combat the winter cold and keep your home warm, comfortable and cozy throughout the season? Follow these tips and discover the difference in the comfort level of your home.
Add a layer of insulation in the attic. Make sure the insulation you add is not the type that acts as a vapor barrier. This presents the potential for mold growth due to moisture build-up.
Change Furnace Filters Regularly
Changing furnace filters regularly helps maintain healthy airflow throughout your home. Dirty filters make the furnace work harder and potentially lead to a risk of fire.
Inspect and Maintain Your Furnace
Get your existing furnace checked. Alberta Mountain Air Heating and Air Conditioning is a trusted name in heating and air conditioning products and services. Douglas Shafer, the principal owner, and manager has more than 44 years experience in the industry. Located in Calgary since 2004, the company’s professional and certified technicians treat your home as if it were their own. The technicians have the expertise to properly inspect your furnace and make sure it is in proper working order. Cleaning, repairing and maintaining your furnace and air conditioning systems year-round is a job for professionals with the training and experience to perform the necessary checks and maintenance.
Purchase a New Furnace
Furnaces get old and outdated, failing to perform to the standards it did when you purchased the furnace. Older furnaces are usually not energy efficient, using up to 50 percent more energy than newer furnaces.
Trustworthy Heating and Cooling in Calgary
Alberta Mountain Air offers outstanding furnace installation and maintenance services. Our company works closely with several well-known industry manufacturers and suppliers so that customers receive the best products on the market. Contact Alberta Mountain Air today to learn more about our products and services. Contact us and discover how the company helps customers combat the cold winters of Calgary.